HNTB Corporation, an employee-owned infrastructure firm serving public and private owners and contractors, has opened a new office in Concord, its first in New Hampshire. Most recently, HNTB supported the state's Department of Transportation’s conversions to open road tolling, the redevelopment of the Hooksett service area and the Portsmouth Memorial Bridge replacement, among other projects.
“This new office enhances HNTB’s ability to strategically serve our clients in New Hampshire and support transportation priorities that will improve mobility for travelers throughout the region,” says Paul Godfrey, PE, HNTB’s northern New England office leader and vice president. “We look forward to expanding our current Concord-based staff as we continue to partner with transportation agencies throughout northern New England.”
HNTB’s presence in northern New England began in 1945 with the opening of an office in Portland, Maine. Since that time, the firm has played a role in many infrastructure programs in Maine and NH. HNTB anticipates future growth and will look to fill upcoming available positions in highway, bridge, traffic, right-of-way and tolling services.